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The perception types of clinical training experience in paramedic students
응급구조과 학생들의 임상현장실습 경험에 대한 인식유형
- Lee, Ga-Yeon (Department of Emergency Medical Service, Kongju National University) ;
- Choi, Eun-Sook (Department of Emergency Medical Service, Kongju National University)
- Received : 2017.03.09
- Accepted : 2017.04.17
- Published : 2017.04.30
Purpose: This study aimed to enhance the efficiency of clinical training education by understanding paramedic students' perceptions of their hospital clinical training experiences. Methods: The subjects were 31 third paramedic students who participated in a population survey from June 25 to August 13, 2016. A Q card and Q sample distribution chart were created, and the P sample was selected by Q classification. The collected data were analyzed by factorial analysis using PC QUANL. Results: Four different perceptions were identified from the survey, which explained 44.1% of the variables. The four types were classified as Self-improvement-oriented (Type 1), Training-site avoidant (Type 2), Confidence acquiring (Type 3), and Over-willed (Type 4). Conclusion: Paramedic instructors and clinical training managers may want to consider these four perception types when planning clinical training and education programs to improve job performance.
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